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. >> jon: yes, barack obama, relief from the burden of seeking elections dares to suggest publicly that a government by the people, for the people and of the people could be at times helpful to those people. radical mother (bleep). [ laughter ] then he threw down the mic i'm out, bitch! [ laughter ] before i go of mr. president, what have we done together. >> we learned that no union survived on liberty and equality could survive half truths. >> jon: together we ended slavery. >> we resolved that a great nation must care for the vulnerable. >> jon: together we gave dignity to our elderly and our poor. >> we determined that a md yearn economy requires railroads and highways. >> jon: together we built the jersey turnpike. i looked it's not the same level, then they created the ex-pass. not everybody got one. if you are going from see caucus to bordentown, what are you going to do? take the garden state? it's absurd. it's big is what i'm saying. we ended slavery and built roading to. mr. president, what would you have us do next? >> we will respond to the threat of climate change. som
were just welfare recipients it was 2%. i have to tell you nobody ever won an election demonizing such a small percentage of americans. well, hardly anyone. [ laughter ] the idea that republicans characterized even social security and medicare as halmakes of a takers society -- hallmarks of a taker society i'll let the speakers describe it. >> we built it. >> you better believe they built it. >> performing i built it. ♪ i built it >> jon: yeah, you built in that (bleep). i know a great web site where you can sell it if you have a glue gun. [ laughter ] what is the day -- here is what i don't understand -- what is the danger of receiving help from the government when you need it? >> we risk hitting a tipping point in our society where we have more takers than makers, where we will have turned our safety net into a hammock that allows able body people to lie in complaiscy which drains them of their will and incentive. >> jon: i'll give you this: that say good description of what a hammock does. [ laughter ] to ryan's liner point that government programs drain your initiative, most
ourselves, what's more important? that the right man is elected president or that star wars is with people who will protect it most? [twinkling] [tauntaun mewls] - unit four, what is it? over? - well, kid? - well, if you put it that way... - come in, unit four! what have you found? - nothing, sir. we just found some tremendous deals on cars nobody wants, that's all. barkley, out. - no! but obama wasn't really elected. don't you people care? - [choral singing] ♪ obama ♪ is president ♪ again captioning sponsored by comedy central from comedy central's world news headquarters in new york, this is the daily show with jon stewart. ( cheers and applause ) >> jon: welcome to the daily show. my name is jon stewart. the guest tonight, listen to this, settle down. supreme court justice, that's right, today on the show, supreme court... thank you very much -- supreme court justice sonnia sotomayor ( cheers and applause ) unless i believe she's coming out here. unless this is another elaborate hoax by manti te'o nemesis ronaiah tuiasosopo or as the germans refer to him (speaking nonsense). some
with the unpleasant sensation of losing elections which we just had. if obama were a tyrant are these the numbers he would put up? tyrants don't have to fight that (bleep) hard for ohio. and generally -- generally. [cheers and applause] ing for about utterly tanking your first debate, tyrants don't show up for those. the real debate for tyrants is how big you want to go with the sunglasses? i guess it's summed by the old homily first they came for the guns and i said nothing because -x0d-xi/ú7]8)< fbie-,x!t!t[] >> jon: welcome back. the president has taken bold action with his recent executive action but not every idea coming from the white house works out as plan. >> we're launching an online tool called we the people to allow the americans to directly petition the white house. >> jon: have you met us? it was the grandest experience in direct democracy since jefferson allow ever american to suggest policy after the carrier pigeon was discontinued for hygienic regions. that photo was not retouched. it was a noble effort. only 5,000 signatures needed to get an official government response which was
an election. [ laughter ] then there's the rarest of the rare, the certificate of thing they are foretold in prophecy and never dream you yourself would live with. >> justice clarence thomas broke a sen year silence on the supreme court. >> jon: why would one of the justices keep completely quiet for so long unless -- ursula the sea witch stole his voice when he fell in love with a human! i have little kids. [ laughter ] but there must be a reason clarence thomas doesn't like to speak publicly. [ laughter ] there must be a reason that he keeps silent that doesn't involve him being a merman. he has done interviews. >> the perception is that -- critics will say you are not smart enough, you are insecure. >> jon: they make fools out of themselves with those kinds of comments. [ laughter ] >> jon: that's y. that's not really his voice. sorry. we changed it for humorous effect. here is his real voice. >> they make fools out of themselves with those kind of comments. [ laughter ] >> jon: now, i know why he never speaks. he is preserving that beautiful baritone. please clarence can i have some m
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